Inevitable is a realistic paraphrase of a classic teen-movie, a deep dive into the 'Grey zone' of sexual abuse, told through the story of average suburban adolescents. The story takes place... See full summary »
This film describes Israel as a country already far beyond identity crises in which anarchy is everywhere, violence is the norm and life is ruled by the world view of "the stupid, the evil and the corrupt".
After being sent abroad at the tender age of eight, Virginia returns to Quito, her birthplace, twenty-five years later. She is finally reunited with her widowed father and her fraternal ... See full summary »
Marie is a successful designer and has a loving husband and two children. But fate offers more. When she meets the fiancée of their friend Dom, the two women fall for each other. This comes... See full summary »
Jordan Elliot Dwyer,
An ogre keeps in his castle two children, whom he intends to eat. A knight and his companion will try to save them, and will be assisted by the ogre's wife, who thus will also get rid of her husband. A medieval story in contemporary settings.
The Salzlipp twins grow up without their father. The boy and the girl are convinced he is an important superhero secret agent. But when he eventually comes home, it turns out that he is but... See full summary »
from the Bari Balafon Film Festival 2008 program, director, Koblan Bonaventura Amissah: "The family of Mouloud, a peasant in the Algerian mountains, is overwhelmed by a tragic loss: their ... See full summary »
First of all, Am I supposed to believe that Matt Barr is only 16 as they wish us to believe? I mean, I am 25 and I look closer to 16 than this guy does, I mean, When I first saw him, I thought he was the lead actors father, Not the lead actor. This movie was horribly written, Horribly shot. First let me discuss the dialog in this movie, The script sounded like it was a really bad 6th grade play. This movie had potential to take us into the world of skateboarders, A sport which I grew up with, But sadly, This movie centers around a supposed 16 year old (The obviously much older Matt Barr) and his School teachers sexual escapades. So instead of a good docu-drama, This turns into soft core porn with no point other than to show a couple of boobs and a few half hearted skateboard tricks. I rented this because it was the only new movie at BlockBuster I hadn't seen. Now, I wish I had just stuck with a favorite into venturing into the waters of this steaming cow turd.
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